Governor: Person killed in large Ukrainian attack on Sevastopol; Ukrainian army: Two Russian ships hit

Residents reported explosions and smoke in the area of ​​an oil storage facility in the village of Gvardiske near Simferopol

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Alleged depiction of the explosion in Sevastopol, Photo: Screenshot/Youtube
Alleged depiction of the explosion in Sevastopol, Photo: Screenshot/Youtube
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The governor of the Russian-occupied Crimea peninsula said one person was killed and four were wounded Sunday in a "major" Ukrainian missile attack on the port of Sevastopol.

Mihail Razvozajev said that ten rockets were shot down in the attack, which he called "the biggest in recent times".

Residents reported explosions and smoke in the area of ​​an oil storage facility in the village of Gvardiske near Simferopol.

The Crimean Wind Telegram account reported the explosions in Simferopol.

Ukraine has not commented on these allegations.

Kiev has recently intensified its attack on Russian refineries and oil facilities.

On the other hand, the Ukrainian army announced today that it hit two large Russian amphibious ships, a communication center and other infrastructure used by the Russian navy in the Black Sea during the attack on the annexed peninsula of Crimea, Reuters reported.

The statement did not say which targets were hit, but Reuters reported that an official deployed by Moscow in the region reported a major Ukrainian airstrike and said air defenses shot down more than a dozen missiles over Sevastopol.

"The defense forces of Ukraine successfully hit the large landing ships Azov and Yamal, the communication center and several infrastructure facilities of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Crimea," the Ukrainian military announced.

Reuters says it could not immediately verify the extent of the damage.

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